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100K Wellness Project Article by Lee Hood and Nathan Price in Clinical Omics

100K Wellness Project article in Clinical Omics written by ISB's Lee Hood and Nathan Price.

The latest press about the 100K Wellness Project is in the May 15 issue of Clinical Omics and features a piece by Dr. Lee Hood, president of Institute for Systems Biology (ISB), and Dr. Nathan Price, ISB’s associate director.

Read “Promoting Wellness and Demystifying Disease: The 100K Project

ISB's 100K Wellness Project featured in Clinical Omics Magazine. The article was written by Dr. Lee Hood and Dr. Nathan Price from Institute for Systems Biology.

ISB’s 100K Wellness Project featured in Clinical Omics Magazine. The article was written by Dr. Lee Hood and Dr. Nathan Price from Institute for Systems Biology.

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